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Bottle gourd

​Bottle Gourd Cultivation:

You can grow good and fresh bottle gourd in your home. For this you must have taken special care of the things mentioned here.  

Today we will tell you about a green vegetable which is very tasty to eat. It is also full of many qualities. Yes, we are talking about bottle gourd. Bottle gourd vegetable is full of medicinal properties and is also very good for health. Let us know how you can easily grow it at your home.  

It is very important to choose good seeds for planting any vegetable or fruit. For this you do not buy seeds from anywhere. If you want to buy the right bottle gourd seeds then you can go to the seed store. Good quality seeds are easily available in seed stores and at low prices. Some things should be kept in mind before planting seeds.

If the seed is like seed, then soak it in water a day before. The soil in which the seeds are to be planted, break it well and keep it in the sun. After keeping it in the sun for some time, add manure from a mug and mix well. Now put it in the pot. The next day, take the seeds out of the water, press them 1-2 inches inside the soil and pour water and soil on top.

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These are the important things

Put the gourd seeds in the soil of the grow bag or pot at a depth of one inch. After sowing seeds in the soil, water it with a spray pump or water can. Always maintain moisture in the soil by watering until the seeds germinate, but do not overwater. Bottle gourd plants grow well at a temperature of 18 to 35 degrees Celsius.

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The germination rate of seeds is low at temperatures below 15 degrees and above 35 degrees. It may take 6 to 14 days for its seeds to germinate. After putting gourd seeds in the soil, it may take 7 to 10 days for the seeds to germinate. If you take proper care of bottle gourd, you will get fresh fruits in 55 to 70 days. Fresh bottle gourd can be broken as per requirement for eating in the kitchen.

Gagan Tripathi is a distinguished expert in the field of succulents and cacti. With a profound passion for these unique plants, he has cultivated an in-depth understanding of their growth, care, and propagation. Gagan's expertise is widely recognized in the succulent community, where he generously shares his knowledge through workshops, online forums, and social media. His dedication to promoting sustainable practices and fostering a love for succulents and cacti has made him a valuable resource for enthusiasts and beginners alike. Gagan Tripathi's commitment to these fascinating plants has left an enduring mark in the world of succulent gardening.

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